28 March, 2018
Lonzo is averaging just over 10 points, seven assists and seven rebounds a game for the Lakers.
However, the middle Ball brother is still not even close in my mind to being considered a raw prospect at this point in time.
Ball averaged 15.7 points in nine games with Vytautas Prienu, but most experts agree he faces an uphill battle to be one of the players selected in the two rounds of the National Basketball Association draft in June.
Syrian Army Makes Major Gains in Eastern Ghouta
Douma is effectively the last city still under total rebel control for awhile no agreement remains on withdrawal. A ceasefire is in place to prepare for the evacuation, due to begin on March 24, of the rebel fighters.
Merkel says 2015 migrant influx in Germany won't be repeated
German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid a one-day visit to Warsaw on Monday for talks with the Polish prime minister and president. But she was unapologetic about her response, arguing that the government has taken action to prevent a repeat.
Palace improve survival hopes, West Brom facing relegation, Everton win
Albion were wilting and Junior Stanislas gave Bournemouth their first win in five league games with an 89th-minute free-kick. This was particularly harsh, we didn't make many errors in the whole game but unfortunately we've lost.
With the 72 points, LiAngelo matched his career-high effort as a senior at Chino Hills (Calif.).
LiAngelo Ball, a 6'5 guard, is the younger brother of Lonzo Ball. His tenure at UCLA didn't last long though. LiAngelo wasn't close to being one of the best players on the UCLA team he would've played on had he not been busted for shoplifting in China. His father pulled him from UCLA due to his disagreement over the length of the suspension he would of have been receiving for the incident. Just today (March 27), he scored 72 points in a BBB challenge game which is not associated with the LKL (Lietuvos Krepsinio Lyga) as it's main goal is to develop Gelo and Melo as basketball players against youth teams. He is averaging a league-leading 15.7 points, in nine first-division games, while also grabbing 2.9 rebounds and shooting 45 percent from 3-point range.
LaVar said he didn't expect LiAngelo to make it to the National Basketball Association, but is "going to be taken care of either way", financially.